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Royal Observatory Greenwich, £10, book ahead, 6pm-8.30pm POP UP PAINTING: With a glass of wine in one hand, paintbrush in another, recreate Cezanne's idyllic Bay of Marseille painting, guided by experts. Aces & Eights Saloon Bar (Tufnell Park), £5, book ahead, 10.15pm-11.15pm BBQ food, bottomless booze and skyline views — is there a better way to spend a Saturday? Hawksmoor's former head chef Richard Sandiford has taken charge of the BBQ-themed menu, which is being served at Rooftop Film Club's Peckham outpost, the Bussey Building. MURDER MILE: With 12 murders, 15 locations and 75 deaths to cover, this claims to be the most murderous walk in London, through the shady streets of Soho.

Brasserie Blanc (Southbank), £46, book ahead, 7.30pm-10pm IMPROV DEATHMATCH: Two teams take the stage and battle to see who can make the audience laugh the hardest. Rooftop Film Club and Rockadolla have combined all three in this new bottomless brunch, and we're sold. Pick from Palestinian chicken or grilled vegetables, served with romesco and nettle flatbread, sumac yoghurt, toasted almonds, coriander and chilli coffee sauce, all with fresh summery salads. Bottomless mimosas, prosecco, or bloody Marys are your options — that'll be the toughest decision you have to make all weekend. Tottenham Court Road station, £15, book ahead, 11am-1pm MARX TOUR: See London through the eyes of one of the most influential thinkers of modern times.

Highbury & Islington station, £9, book ahead, 1.30pm-3pm DETECTIVE FICTION: Dorothy Sayers, one of the 'golden age' of crime writers between the two world wars, lived and worked in Holborn.

Discover the places that inspired the scenes and characters of her writing on this tour of the area.

Golden Jubilee, Temple Pier, £25, book ahead, 1.30pm-5pm FILM SCREENING: Catch science fiction film Sunshine at the Royal Observatory.

Abney Hall (Stoke Newington), free, just turn up, 11am-6pm THE HOLME: A rare chance to explore this four acre private garden in the heart of Regent's Park — featuring unusual plants, a rock garden, waterfall, flower garden and more.Tuck into street food and a drink or two while you enjoy the performances.Tooting Bec Common, free, just turn up, midday-7pm GRAND HOUSES, GRANDER STADIUMS: Appreciate the grandeur of Highbury's beautiful Georgian houses on this guided walk, then get the inside story on Arsenal's old stadium — before paying its new one a visit, too.ILLUSTRATION AWARDS: 50 original illustration projects are on show at Somerset House — everything from drawings, to murals, to posters, to packaging — before the winner is announced at the World Illustration Awards.Somerset House, free, just turn up, 31 July-28 August #KISSWITHPRIDE: Award-winning photographer Sam Bradley showcases his powerful imagery from Absolut's Kiss With Pride campaign, raising awareness of the fact that it is still illegal to engage in same-sex activity in 72 countries.The Holme (Regent's Park), £5, just turn up, 2.30pm-5.30pm AFTERNOON TEA: Tried Cutter & Squidge's newest afternoon tea yet?Immerse yourself in a glittering genie's cave as you tuck into all manner of jewel-themed goodies — plus, you'll get some treasure to take home with you.A great treat for the kids — but if you fancy going without them, we won't judge you.Cutter & Squidge (Soho), £14.50-£34.5o, book ahead, ongoing DRY STONE WALLING: Who'd have though that London would be the city to teach you the heritage and craft of dry stone walling? Red Cross Garden (Southwark), £85, book ahead, 10am-4pm DISCOVERING CROSSRAIL: Find out how Crossrail is reviving the West End with an expanded Bond Street station and regeneration in a conservation area, on this guided walk courtesy of Museum of London.Cutty Sark, free with admission to the ship, just turn up, 11.30am-1.30pm and 2pm-4pm JAMAICAN INDEPENDENCE: Traditionally, this Jamaican national holiday calls for a vibrant mix of music and food.What better way to immerse yourself then, than this special dinner featuring the perfect line-up of drinks and national dishes.